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BRATTLEBORO — Since Feb. 1, the crew at the Harris Hill Ski Jump has been eagerly tracking the weather forecasts in preparation for the annual Harris Hill Ski Tournament this weekend. The 90-meter ski jump, one of just six its size in the … more
BRATTLEBORO — Hoping to make establishments around Windham County more accessible and user friendly for those with disabilities, the Inclusion Center is reaching out to stores with recommendations."We have been talking for ages about what it's … more
The Associated PressNEW YORK — A sloppy, blustery late-season storm lashed the Northeast with sleet and more than a foot of snow in some places Tuesday, paralyzing much of the Washington-to-Boston corridor after a remarkably mild February had … more
BRATTLEBORO — In about a month, Interstate 91 drivers will get a firsthand look at a long-awaited, $60 million bridge.According to a schedule submitted to state legislators, two northbound lanes on the new I-91 bridge in Brattleboro are … more
TOWNSHEND — Students at Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School are not shy about their appreciation for the theater productions that take them from creating the stage to acting out the parts in the script and everything that falls in between. more
BRATTLEBORO — The company behind a solar project proposed on the Windham Solid Waste Management District's closed and capped landfill is looking at the feasibility of a "bioenergy park.""The goal is to have an integrated composting facility … more
WINDHAM COUNTY — The regional Brattleboro Union High School district's budget will mean different things to taxpayers in different towns.But, four out of the five towns will see a lower rate for the high school, middle school and career … more
BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Yankee's radioactive spent fuel soon will be on the move.In April, a contractor will begin loading the shut-down Vernon nuclear plant's fuel into sealed casks, which will be placed on a concrete pad.The fuel is not going … more
BENNINGTON — For the first time, Bennington College students and other members of the community took advantage of Bennington Rescue Squad's seven-week, intensive EMT class this winter. more
STRATTON — The Select Board recognized the long service of Joann Liller, who retired from the Board of Auditors this year.Greg Marcucci was elected Selectman for a three-year term. Al Dupell was elected Selectman for a one-year term. Kevin … more
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